Michael Jackson Wants His Stuff Back

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Michael Jackson Wants His Stuff Back

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MARCH 23--Michael Jackson is looking to stop a New Jersey man from selling items such as "personal financial documents, medical records (some of which bear Jackson's social security number), private contracts and personal photographs," according to a lawsuit filed yesterday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. Henry Vaccaro, who obtained the memorabilia as a result of an old bankruptcy case involving members of the Jackson family, offers up a variety of collectibles for the MJ fan who just can't live without some personal King of Pop swag. Jackson is seeking to shut down two pay-per-view web sites maintained by Vaccaro, a 63-year-old contractor. The sites display a variety of items once owned by the singer, including his Blue Cross card, fan letters, and even something described by Vaccaro as "Michael's strange note." Jackson wants millions in damages from Vaccaro, who claims to have recently sold his Jackson booty to a foreign buyer. (11 pages)

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